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causing trouble for many days. welcome to gnt. coming up in the program, thousands of protesters in jordan demonstrated demanding political reform and new elections called by the king. he wears it well. 50 years since 007 hit the silver screen. we bring you nostalgias with the world's most famous -- nostalgia with the world's most famous spy. the turkish government insists it will respond forcefully to any of cells on -- assaults by syria on the turkish people. the country does not intend to start a war with syria but he has the backing of parliament to act with force if necessary. the turkish foreign minister spokesmen told the bbc it was in syria's hands to insure calm returned to the area. >> there were schelling's in the last 10 days. -- shelling in the last 10 days. the thelling was huge -- the shelling was huge and painful. we do not want to declare a war, but we have to prepare for any eventuality to protect our citizens. >> we are in the border area with our correspondents in just a few minutes. let's have a look at some of the other stories making headlines around the world. ameri
secretary, leon panetta, confirming that the united states has deployed american troops to help jordan with a civil war across its northern border in syria. this marks the strongest u.s. military response yet to syria's 19 month long civil war. a u.s. defense official saying more than 100 military planners and other troops now operating from a joint u.s. jordanian military center, north of the capital city of amman. that's less than 35 miles from jordan's border with syria. this follows several days of cross border attacks between syria and turkey. a troubling sign that the syrian civil war could explode into a wider conflict. today secretary panetta saying the u.s. is helping jordan deal with tens of thousands of refugees out of syria and getting ready for any potential syrian escalation. >> that's the reason we have our -- a group of our force there is working to help them build a headquarters there and to insure that we make the relationship between the united states and jordan a strong one so that we can deal with all of the possible consequences of what's happening in syria. >> ac
that are now almost mythic, jordan downs and nickerson gardens, and i worked in these projects during what is referred to as the decade of death, when crack and unregulated gun availability laid waste to communities of color. in los angeles during the late 1980's and early 1990's, there were 1000 homicides per year in the city of los angeles, not the county, the city. now, we have between 203 hundred homicides per year. people talk about the gang problem having been addressed. i want to share with you, what i experienced, what i have learned, i am not a typical academic. i will not quote statistics to you or talk about theories. i will talk with you about practicality. pragmatic approaches, and i will talk about reality. san francisco, like los angeles learned, will never saw or deal with its gang problems effectively unless there is true collaboration. i will talk to you about what this looks like and feels like. i will speak to you about the lessons that we have learned as law enforcement had to come off of the high perch, in los angeles, law enforcement learned, to their great fortune,
said syrians had fled the country, almost a third had fled. jordan and the u.n. are working to get children back in school but there are challenges. take a listen. >> there are two problems here in jordan. one is that i was just at the zatari camp near the border where there are about 30,000 refugees and where you started from scratch with unhcr and others just a couple months ago and we are building schools and finding teachers, both jordanian and syrian to teach the kids, but the problem is winter is coming and it is all tents right now. so urgently we are working to bring in prefabricated buildings and others. but about two-thirds of the refugees from syria have scattered in jordan and are living in communities where we are working to bring them into schools because with typical arab hospitality, the jordanians are welcoming them into the public school system. so there's a lot of work there. the main problem, of course, is all the schools in syria. we are seeing a tenth of them damaged. there are a lot of kids out of school and we are very actively trying to get them into school
being termination. they received 1100 complaints. police chief howard jordan said most did what was recommended but he is recommending that some cat reprimands, and suspensions. they all have a right to a hearing. >> i hope what it does as let people know that if they do something wrong there is some recourse to that. if it is found that they have violated the policy we will find them accountable. >> excess of force and false arrests were of the 1100 allegations against the officers. stemming from occupy protesters. november, january of this year. >> the majority were found for minor dept. violations. >> the received reprimands. others with counseling, training for the more serious. the chief recommended suspension, and even into cases, termination. >> they are entitled to a hearing that is held from a neutral department that is not involved in the investigation. if, after that review by that officer if there's no change of the recommendation at that with the ma the parts moves forward with their recommendation. >> some of the officers have spent their suspension but they have n
country jordan saying 42 have broken up a terror plot by members of a suspected al-qaeda linked group. they were allegedly planning to attack western diplomats and bomb public areas like shopping malls. at least 11 militants have been arrested. police say the men brought in weapons by nearby syria to carry out their plot and may have been equipped with homemade explosives from iraq. >> gregg: another fox news alert. a shooting near a mall in milwaukee wounding several people. deputies looking for a dangerous gunman on the loose. anna is following with the details. >> reporter: we can tell you, the alleged suspect. it appears authorities are still searching for an active shooter who opened fire around 11:00 today sending four people to a brookfield, wisconsin hospital. they say a woman came out of the spa injured. first responders helped to her an ambulance. ten others ran out in hysteria. >> we saw some woman come out of the front door and roll down the hill. they scooped her up and took her over to the ambulance. then there was another woman and picking her over to the ambulance. the
wars film in 2015. my kids will be very happy. back to the devastation jordan -- caused by sandy. laura trevelyan has been covering this for the last 36 hours nonstop. and what does it look like for you where you are? >> as you can see behind me, this city is starting to come back to life. power is beginning to be restored to some parts of the city. the subway is still shut. so are the tunnels that are flooded. it is not clear when it will come back to normal. wall street will start trading tomorrow, but schools are still closed. they are still assessing the damage to the tunnels. the process will take some time but there is less of a surreal feeling. this morning, there was hardly anyone here. anyone who was here was indoors. now the city is moving once again. >> are there bit of the city that still have water in the streets? have all the waters now restricted -- reseeded? >> most of it has receded. i was at the lower east side laporte -- and this morning and the flooding was exceptionally bad. there are basements flooded. much of that water has receded. but many people are leaving the
, police are assigning blame. chief howard jordan confirmed it was one of his officers who fired a beanbag at protester scott olson, seriously injuring the iraq war veteran. >> personally i don't think losing a job is nearly enough. i think that you committed a crime and should be put in jail. >> no one is saying what will happen to that unidentified officer, but a just released independent investigation claims 44 oakland officers broke department rules over several protests over the past year. violations are mostly minor like officers failing to turn on their video recorders, all the way up to false arrest and excessive use of force. >> i think it might be the first step in the right direction for opd towards accountability. >> without naming names, the chief is recommending termination for two officers, one demotion, 15 suspensions, counseling and training for three officers and written reprimands for 23 others. >> this is very tough for howard jordan to do. it is very tough to discipline officers who you are asking to go out in violent situations but he's a good could cop and i think he
goff. >> i'm richard jordan, let's get started with a check of the forecast. >>> i think you will like what chuck bell has to say. >> good morning, 6:31 almost on your sunday morning now. skies are mostly clear to partly cloudy, a much milder start today, winchester, virginia is more than 20 degrees warmer now than it was at the same time yesterday. even in washington, ten warmer now than at this time yesterday. if you're traveling today towards new york city or post, the rain is waiting for you there, and if you're changing plans in chicago, kansas city, memphis, or st. louis, you may have storms to worry about. as a result, your sunday looks great. mild and breezy today. there will be an increase in cloud cover today, buthat will not deter the warm up. plenty of wind around as well. as we always like to say, a great day for kite flying. >> the death poll grows after a deadly car bombs in pakistan. a car exploded near a militia that fights the tall ban. no one claims responsibility for the attack. taliban militants have been blamed for attacks in the area. meanwhile, a 14-year-old gir
are assigning blame. chief howard jordan confirmed it was one of his officers who fired a beanbag at protester scott olson, seriously injuring the iraq war veteran. >> personally i don't think losing a job is nearly enough. i think that you committed a crime and should be put in jail. >> no one is saying what will happen to that unidentified officer, but a just released independent investigation claims 44 oakland officers broke department rules over several protests over the past year. violations are mostly minor like officers failing to turn on their jody recorders, all the way up to false arrest and excessive use of force. >> i think it might be the first step in the right direction for opd towards accountability. >> without naming names, the chief is recommendation termination for two officers, window motion, 15 suspensions, counseling and training for three officers and written reprimands for 23 others. >> this is very tough for howard jordan to do. it is very tough to discipline officers who you are asking to go out in violent situations oftentimes but he's a good could be cop and i think
and courtney avenue. richard jordan reports those attacks are growing increasingly ve lent. >> reporter: drivers go past what hours earlier was a crime scene without a clue. >> i think this is unsafe. >> reporter: after dark, police say this business district became the site of a brutal attack. >> it is kind of an isolated area, not a whole lot of lighting. >> reporter: alexandria police say the 20-year-old got off a bus at 11:30 on eisenhower and van doren. a short walk later, up the street to courtney avenue, that's where the victim was caught offguard by a strange man. she says she believed he's hispanic. >> he had displayed the knife and demanded money. when the victim said, i don't have any money to give you, he then grabbed her and pulled her over the guardrail into the bushes where he sexually assaulted her. >> reporter: the attack has some women in the area on edge. >> i'm worried about this. i didn't expect from this area like this. >> reporter: that concern is growing, because alexandria police are now investigating three attacks on women just within the past month. this one,
and that could bring some relief, brooke. >>> protesters flood the streets of amman, jordan. take a look. thousands turn out after being called by jordan's muslim brotherhood to take to the streets, all of this comes just one day after jordan's king dissolved the country's parliament and called for new elections. jordan's muslim brotherhood is calling for a boycott of the elections. it is a move that could throw the country into political crisis. >>> back here at home, the new jobless numbers, they look better, but are they? we're going to find out what is behind these numbers today including one surprise and what they tell us about where the economy is headed. [ male announcer ] are you considering a new medicare plan? then you may be looking for help in choosing the right plan for your needs. so don't wait. call now. whatever your health coverage needs, unitedhealthcare can help you find the right plan. open enrollment to choose your medicare coverage begins october 15th and ends december 7th. so now is the best time to review your options and enroll in a plan. medicare has two main pa
, terrible. i had for dinner one young iraqi -- my niece was outraged at what happened and she went to jordan to help the librarians in the museum. brought over to young iraqis to get a ph.d.. i had one over for dinner and as an air of culture whenever he comes over he brings me a gift. and he puts his hand over his heart. he told me that his sister lost her husband and every single one of her children. she is alone. that was extraordinary. how can you live and lose everyone that you have lost? how can you? is this post-traumatic stress? will you sleep? will you not have nightmares? because we all have memories and we have bad memories and good ones and we can put them away. can you put this memory away? can a soldier put this memory away? no. >> host: in your research marguerite, you write about different organizations and the people who found them like dr. judith broder, the soldiers product -- the soldiers project. explain what that is. >> guest: she is an amazing woman. she is in her 70's. she went to see a play written by a soldier about combat, and she was struck. she was thinking, i've
to this person. >>reporter: 18-year-old jordan hernandez was stun of hers at this elementary school. >> who would have the intention to do this to a generous person? kind of mind boggling. >>reporter: she taught at st. patrick's for 5 years. she was still active in the church. >> children just gravitated to her. even as they graduated and went on to high school they would still meet and talk with her and she would remember their names. she was just a dedicated teacher. >>reporter: fbi wrapped up their part of t invtigation but rcules policsay they wot be ae to turn the me beme over to theamily for at legislature a couple more days. in hercules, abc 7 news. >>> still coming up here tonight on 7 news at finance:0 finance:00. follow the money. as we continue the fight for living wage and how earning 10 dollars an hour will affect small business owner ins the south bay. >> stem cell researcher wins nobel prices for medicine. we tell you about the revolutionary work he's been doing in the bay area. >> we are now looking at increasing chance of showers coming to the bay area. i'll show y
and support of al assad and the tensions in the region are going up. look at syria, turkey, jordan, syria -- >> bill: sure. it's cauldron over there. >> absolutely. >> bill: i wanted to get your opinion on what you would have done had you been president. finally, were you surprised that president obama was so flat in the debate? he wasn't the guy that debated you four years ago. >> well, i think that there is a fundamental change here, bill, and that was in 2008, he didn't have a record to defend. and he's been living in a four-year bubble surrounded by an adoring media. this is the first time that he has really had to respond and he couldn't because he's having to defend a record which is indefensible. and i guess the second thing is that what is probably most impactful about this than anything else is that obama has been in a campaign spent hundreds of millions of dollars, particularly if swing states portraying mitt romney as some kind of out of touch richie rich, you know, bank accounts in the cayman islands guy and he came across as a sensible, reasonable, centrist man who wants to u
was fired and hit an iraq war veteran scott olsen. here is what chief howard jordan had to say. the vast majority did what they're asked to do and conducted themselves appropriately but those who did not adhere to policy are being held accountable for their actions. here is deputy chief sean wents. >> we take it seriously. we investigate it. where we are wrong we'll hold officers accountable. we want people to
is what chief jordan is recommending. that two officers be fired, one demoted. three undergo counseling and training. 15 be suspended for 30 days. 23 receive written reprimands. mayor kwan reyachted to the report. she was not in oakland during the first crack down which happened on october 25th. now, the police officer union says kwan is also to blame. >> this is what i wanted. i wanted the oakland police to be able to look at itself and discipline itself. everyone knows i was not happy the day after october 25th. >> city leaders are apalled. notice there is no discipline for them. they lowered it to the officers who are out there trying the best they can to serve the community. >> the two officers that could be fired, they're now on paid leave. now there is a process that needs to be followed such as a hearing and final approval will come from the city administrators. live in oakland abc 7 news. >> thank you. police and fire personnel say slow response times are putting peoples lives in danger. it's a story you'll see only on abc 7 news, plea responded to a officer-involved shooting at
force. police chief howard jordan confirmed that one of his officers did fire the bean bag that injured iraq war veteran scott olson. he would not say if he is recommending that that officer be fired. meanwhile, reaction from the report was swift. >> what i wanted, i wanted the oakland police to be able to look at itself and discipline itself because everyone knows i was not happy on the day after october 25th. >> this report is indicative of what's wrong here in oakland. the report focuses on persecuting police officers and it shows the city has absolutely no interest in actually prosecuting criminals. >> reporter: we did reach out to scott olson tonight. he said he was surprised and he said he was happy and he hopes that this means that the oakland police department is moving in the right direction. now, the officers who are on the list to be disciplined or fired have a process. that means there is an appeals process for them and that process could take up to two months. reporting live in oakland, i'm cheryl hurd, nbc bay area news. >>> also in the east bay tonight hercules police off
between "occupy oakland" protestors and police began, police chief howard jordan says his internal affairs investigation has reached a conclusion that more than 40 of his officers broke the rules and will face consequences for it. the chief reports 44 oakland officers face the following discipline: 15 suspensions, 23 written reprimands, three counseling and trainings, one demotion and two will be terminated. >> policing in that kind of environment is very difficult, obviously, but we are trained professionals. we hold our staff accountable for their actions. >> reporter: the chief reports his department received more than 1100 complaints for demonstrations last october and november and this january. the most common infraction was for officers who failed to turn on their videocameras. indy bay and other websites posted videos of some of those officers who didn't have a camera on. other infractions are excessive use of force and false reporting. >> the city has thrown its hard working officers with a vocation to protect the citizens under the bus with this report. this city is entirely for
being struck by a police. remember. that chief howard jordan said today it was one of his officers who fired the bean bag not someone from an outside agency. >> 2 students at uc berkeley accused of decapitating an exotic bird at last vegas hote hotel. eric and justin who attend uc berkeley school of law were arrested this afternoon. they were reportedly captured on surveillance video chasing the bird into the trees and then carrying its body and severed head for some reason. the bird was a helmet guinea fowl like this. they face felony charges of torture and killing of wild life. >>> of san jose tonight an issue over how long it takes police to respond to crime. only on 7 investigation finds slow response times. may also be affecting the ability of paramedic to do their job in an emergency. story tonight from 7 news reporter david louis. >> already a busy evening when police officers investigating an officer involved somewhating at the cal-trans station in downtown san jose. police notified of altercation outside a check cashing office where a man was down. police dispatch log
, in a speech with barbara jordan. >> host: did that hurt him? >> guest: no, because at that time he had stepped down as the anchor manin' 1981. he played mr. objective quite bell, and if you go to a doctor and are getting surgery you don't care if the doctor is a democrat or republican, but when he came out and voiced some disseptember own the vietnam war, it was the beginning of him editorializing, and today we see people in television who are editorializing all the time, and that's a slippery slope we're on now. and also, you see, with cronkite the berth of celebrities and television. where cronkite would go to a rally with senators and people running for president, everybody bum rushed them. they wanted to meet cop cite, not a senator from wisconsin. >> host: how would you describe him as a private person? >> guest: a lot of fun. he could not stand pompous people. at parties he would trunk a lot, sing old time songs, sometimes take part in a strange kind of strip tease act just to get people to crack up. but that's why -- i interviewed so many different people, from his good friends on he le
this morning on the "today" show. >> we've got brett mickaels, claudia jordan, gary busey,ly john, d. snider. >> dennis, are you okay? >> we have brandy. and we have steven baldwin. we have trace adkins, who's become a big monster in the music world. mary lou, the greatest memory of them all. and i can't get tickets to your show in vegas. >> he's put them back on the map, trump has. amyrosa and latoya jackson were not there. it airs in march. >>> just weeks after the debut of the iphone 5, apple is sending out invitations for another big announcement. many expect to get their first look at the long rumored ipad mini on october 23rd. apple is trying to compete with smaller, cheaper tablets like amazon's kindle fire and google's nexus. microsoft is launching its own surface tablet three days after the apple event. >>> when we come right back, an historic journey with parallel parking, tight turns. >> try parallel parking that. >>> dorothy's ruby slippers are off to see the queen. take away his toys and he'll play with a stick. take away their bikes and they'll still find a way to get where the
million renovating playgrounds throughout the city. 32 of d.c.'s 78 play grounds will get a make jordan. the monday yes coming from cost savings and unspent fund in the city's budget. all the work should be done by this time next year. >>> -- 32 of dose's 78 playgrounds grounds will get a makeover. the money is coming from cost savings and unspent funds in the city's budget. ty's budget. . >>> big news from a major retailer. ahead at 6:00, we'll tell you who is imagine matching rivals' online prices. >> a megamerger involving a cell phone carrier that many of you have. that is also ahead at 6:00. next, we'll check in with weather and traffic on the other side of the break. taking a live look outside at route 110 this in virginia. we'll be right back. that's why they visit us. we're more than a home improvement store. we're ikea, the life improvement store. . >>> we are taking a live look over there at route 110 and route one in virginia. traffic moving along pretty well out there. that is good for hear on this monday. before we get to weather and traffic, let's talk about this for a bit
to the bullpen tied autopsy at one. the nats bullpen did damage. jordan zimmerman, the game two starter struck out the side in the seventh. then tyler clippard came in the eighth and he did the same door things sit down, st. louis. drew storen, you can get some too dishing it out to the cardinal hitters. it came down to jayson werth. the leadoff, the bottom of the ninth inning. a 13-pitch at bat. it was epic. and the only thing better than the at-bats with the celebration because all of d.c. was pumped up after this one. 2-19 final and the guys talked about this historic win. istori >> the most fun game i've ever been a part of. unbelievable at bat right there. great pitching performance from ross. everyone did their job tonight. >> can't really write it up any better than that. i think for that crowd and that atmosphere and that energy and to have them experience something like that, it will be a fun day tomorrow. >> yes, it will a fun night tonight again. that is their first ever home playoff win. happened right here yesterday. game five tonight, gio gonzalez going up against adam wainwright
the firing of howard jordan and the chief manage error. earlier, the police department released reports regarding the shooting of alan back in may. the attorney says the reports shows the shooting was unjust. >> last words, no weapon in his hand, no weapon him at the time that the officer approached him and shot him while on the ground why did you do this? i didn't do anything. and he died. >> they want the district attorney to prosecute the officer. oakland police say the teen was shot because he was reaching for a gun. >>> hayward police officer shot and killed a suspect after he reportedly reached for a weapon while inside a stolen car. it happened yesterday near the intersection of breyer gateway and vanderbilt before 11:15 a.m. police say the officer approached the car that had been reported stolen. he asked the man to show his hands. the suspect then refused and instead reached for a weapon. prompting the officer to open fire. neighbors say it happened too close to tree view elementary school. >> it's sad, just really sad, they would do it so close to a school. >> we did lock down
'm richard jordan topping your news today in a stunning turn of events the nationals are staying home for the winter. at one point the nats were leading the cardinals 6-0 in the winner take all game five but the cards stormed back winning the game 9-7 and knocking the nationals right out of the playoffs. next up for the cardinals they head west to play the san francisco giants in the national league championship series. alexandria police are working to try to solve a rash of at least three violent sexual assaults on women. the latest happened thursday night near the intersection of van dorn street and courtney avenue. the victim told police the hispanic man pulled a knife on her and demanded money. when she says she didn't have any he pulled her into some bushes and then he says he assaulted her. >>> storm team 4 meteorologist thee we are waking up to another cold morning but let's find out when we might see a warm up. >> good morning to you. a good saturday morning everybody. what a beautiful morning outside. the sun is up already. and a mostly clear sky. but woo did it get cold last
'll join us live. >>> good morning everyone. i'm richard jordan. the time is 7:26 on this saturday, october 27th. all eyes on sandy this morning. storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell is tracking the trofrm and is here with the latest forecast. now, chuck? >> good morning, richard. a good saturday morning everybody. cloudy skies are in place. you may get a little peeks at the sunshine today but on the whole clouds are going to win the day and once the clouds move in that's going to be it. it is going to be a long stretch before we see the sunshine again. temperatures upper 50s and low 60s now. it'll be a cloudy and cool start but a relatively mild day today with temperatures climbing into the upper, mid to upper 60s but plenty of clouds around and a bit breezy at times. tomorrow is when the weather really starts to go downhill. cloudy and wet tomorrow with rain and wind on the increase during the course of the day. and the potential for impacts, high impacts for wind and rain, lower eastern shore to the outer banks tomorrow but then as we get into monday and tuesday a high impact for rain,
this year. police chief howard jordan and saying they mostly did what they were asked to put some of them did act improperly. they will be held accountable. with some being suspended, and the officers union update. >> yes i just spoke with deputy chief. he stressed what you just mentioned all of the officers that the been disciplined have a right to it here. at this point there have been no officers terminated but some of them have served out their suspensions. the deputy chief went on to say that the department received 1100 complaints of misconduct from occupied oakland protests last october, november, and january of this year. he promised to the community and that those complaints were taken seriously and a thorough investigation will be done. they say that this will build more trust between the police department and the community. >> we want them to know that if they think they have been wronged by the police there is recourse for that. bring these allegations and will investigate in taken seriously. it is found an officer wrote widely the policy will address it with the officer held
to jordan to help the librarians and the museums, brought over two young iraqi to get a ph.d.. i had one for dinner who i was very fond of. whenever he comes over, he brings me a gift and puts his hand over his heart, and he told me that his sister lost her husband and every single one of her children so she's alone. that one just -- that was extraordinarily -- how can you live and lose everyone that you love? how can you? is this post-traumatic stress? will you sleep? will you not have nightmares? will you not? because we all have memories, and we can -- we have good and bad ones. we can put them away. can you put this away? can a soldier put this memory away? no. >> host: in your research, you write about different organizations and the people who found them like the soldier's project. explain what that is. >> host: she's an amazing woman. she's in her 70s. she went to see a play written by a soldier about combat, and she was struck. she was thinking i got to do something about this. someone in the audience asked her is your son a soldier? she said, they're all my children. that just c
happened and she went to jordan to help the librarians in the museums. brought over two young iraqis to get a ph.d. i had one for dinner. fala, who i'm very fond of. and as in arab culture whenever he comes over he brings me a gift and puts his hand over his heart. and he told me, that his sister lost her husband and every single one of her children. so she's alone. that was just, that was extraordinarily, how can you live and lose everyone that you love. . . written by a soldier about combat and she was struck. she was thinking, i've got to do something about this. and someone in the audience asked her, is your son a soldier? she said there are no children. that just came out of her. scioscia started an extraordinary project. she was a psychiatrist. her has been set at injury tire? why did she retire? so what she's done is there a psychiatrist all of the country who get free counseling to every member of the family. and the other family members need counseling. and she has conferences. and in these conferences, she invites a psychiatrist. she invited a congressperson who is very interested
breaking news of a major terror plot linked to al-qaeda stopped in its tracks. jordan arrested 11 militants, the suspects said to be targeting a series of western targets including ebb embassiesd shopping malls. authorities say they brought in weapons from neighboring syria, adding they got help making home made explosives from al-qaeda militants based inside iraq. >>> a day of brutal violence in syria where citizens are challenging their government and have been for well over a year and a half with their lives. reports from that civil war-torn nation say a powerful explosion has rocked the old city of damascus not far from a police station. at least ten people killed, dozens injured. it's not clear yet if the victims were civilians or policeman. the bombing coincides with a visit by u.n. peace envoy in the diddlcapital to. you know, we've been reporting 30,000 people have been killed since revolts against assad's government began. >>> two americans are elevated to sainthood. he praised them as shining examples of their faith. the holy roster includes the first native american who helped to
, pitched the game of his life when he needed to pitch it and then jordan zimmerman came in, pitched the 7th inning, 12 pitches, strikes out, showing emotions. when he's the starting pitcher, he's pumping his pitch and tyler clippard and drew storen were even better after that. >> reporter: what is it like in postseason that makes it so much harder? now we're getting the star spangled banner here, but what happened in the postseason that seems to make it tougher? this is the best team in baseball all season long and this postseason has really been a struggle. >> it seems like everything is magnified. of walk could be rain. every mistake you make on defense could lead for take run. every mistake you make on offense takes away a run. everything is magnified and you're talking about confidence going into game four, there's no carryover. once game three is over, there's no carry jove. you could say nationals have the -- carryover. you could say nationals have the momentum, but you don't know. that's why we're all here to watch. >> reporter: that's why we play the game, as they say. thank you g
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